II. GUI Basics
Chapter 6. Widgets - Using Widgets to Create Interfaces
. Radio widget is always laid out in groups of two or more related items. Radio widgets within a group
are mutually exclusive: only one option widget can be switched on at any one time.
XML Element Name
Radio widgets are placed in the widget that behaves like a container. We have specified the Radio's
shape, label, anf group.
has to be always set for Radios
to be mutually exclusive. The radio's border, fonts, colors, and highlight take default settings.
- <Widget setSize="200,100">
- <Radio setShape="5,5,100,30" setLabel="Radio 1" setGroup="myradio"/>
- <Radio setShape="5,40,100,30" setLabel="Radio 2" setGroup="myradio"/>
Basic set of methods that applies to all widgets is described in the Chapter 9 for widgets styles, and Chapter 10
for widgets attributes. For event handling methods please refer to Chapter 12.
The specific to the Radio are